Ruiz Aerospace Manufacturing

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Ruiz Aerospace Manufacturing (RAM) is a high technology Canadian company co-founded in 2005 by Dr Eduardo Ruiz looking to create an environment where science and technology meet. With a strong culture of sustainable development and eco-responsibility, RAM aims in creating innovative manufacturing in respect of the environment.

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